The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1944 · Page 2
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L AGE TWO BLYTHBVILLK (ABK.)'COUKIBB NEWJT Coming Event* TVESDAV Miss Mary Spain Usrey ing Double a Club. Miss Eugsnla Crawford entertaining La Kcuve Club. Gj N. B. Club mcttlng with Mrs. J. C. Swlggart.' • , WEDNESDAY-, : Club Eight meeting with Mrs. a. O. Poetz. ' - ' Mrs. plara Peary entertaining Friendly' Seven. Club at home of Mrs. Joe Haniby. THURSDAY Mrs. Edwin Robinson entertaining Friday Luncheon Ciub. i FRIDAY Mrs. J. O. Smith .will entertain C.B.C. Club. , Mrs. Tom 400 club. Initial. Club meeting with -'Mrs. Lane Nowell. Mrs... Vest Is Bride Of Lloyd Kolwyck Jvfabry entertaining Class Party Is Given Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon entertained members of the Ladles Bible • Class of First Methodist Church Friday night at her home, when', 10 members and two visitors Vfere present. Visitors included Mrs. S. B. AVllford and her hoiiseguest, Mrs. J. W. Wilford of Sedalla, Ky; The devotional'was given by Mrs. Emma Burney.vpnd Mrs. Stlckmon, vice president of the • class, presided over the business In the absence of the president, Mrs. 0. N. Hawkins. -.•.,' ,. . • Mrs. John Foster was In charge of the recreation • hour. Refreshments of. punch and cookies were served. ' .' : • • •- ' ' ' Miss Salib^'Hoftored ' By Parents At _Party Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Sallba entertained with a farewell party Friday night tor their daughter, Miss Vera Snlite, who ' will leave next Wednesday for Fort Oglethorpe. Oa., to begin her traliiing as a member of the WAC. ' Thirty guests from Luxora, Slcele, and Osceola. attended, as well as one guest from New York, Mrs. D. Abdelnour. '-•' .•.'.- •" _ ,.. A weiner f oast .was held on . the lawn of the 'house, followed by a bunco party, when high score prize .was won by Miss Selma Sallba, low by' Miss lone George, and traveling prize by Miss Edna George of Luxora. ; ' '. ; -' . Late In the i evening, watermelon was served. The marriage of Mrs Edith Vest to Lloj'd fjolwyck was qilleil/ B<I|- emnlztd yesterday ndernoon, 2 o'clock, at First' Mcthodlsi Church. The Rev. S. 11. Wllford, pastor of the church, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Orover Wremi served ns the couple's only attendants. The bride wore n dress of jww- der blue mesh with black accessories end n corsage of jifiw rasc 1 - Imds. Alter a brief wedding trip to Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Kolwyck will return here lo make their home at 501 Lumernte Street. • • • Birthday Party Is Given Patricia Ann Fowlston, daughter of Stuff Sergt. nnd Mrs. Dallon C. Fowlslou. celebrated her first birthday yesterday afternoon when some of her own and her mother's friend were Invited lo n parly »t the Fowlston home nt 1101 West Clilckn.wwba. Afler the gifts brought by Ihe 18 guests had Uecn opened, encli •guest was presented with newspapers, pins and scissors and instructed to make a costume. Jock Homer's "bridal dress" won first prize, Mary Aim Parks' hula dancer costume was second, and honornblo mention went lo Miss Lois Elch and her lioiiscguesl, Miss Beverly SUmc of Chicago, for their inpmonntton of Adam mid Eve, and to Joe Walls for his -Josef Supper Club Entertained By Mr. and Mrs. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. ™B.''A~. : -Lynch entertained, members of the Supper Club Friday night at their home on West Main, when they also were hosls to three guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee. and Mrs. Cecil Shane. Supper was served buffet style from the dining table, which was centered with a 'crystal bowl of yellow and white flowers,, while the bridge tables were arranged on the sunporch, gay with mixed garden flowers. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Harry W. Halnes and C. A. Cunningham. * • • • Luncheon Given Friday Mrs. Paul Byrum, entertaining members of the C. B. C. Club Friday afternoon at her country home on Highway 61 South, Invited'them for luncheon before the bridge games. Garden flowers were attractively arranged throughout'tne house, nnd luncheon was served at small tables arranged In the living room. High score prize for the afternoon was won by. Mrs. O. p. Elkins, second high by Mrs.'' 'Rosa Moore, and bridge by Mrs. w. S Limgdon. Son Is Born Saturday Sergt. and Mrs. John Fill are the parents of a son born Satin-day night at Walls Hospital, The baby, their first child, has been named John Bryant. Mrs. Fill is the former Miss Annabel Bryant, Mississippi county health nurse The three refreshment tnbles were each centered with n gny colored basket filled with Colonial xmquets ami L'oiitonnlcres, showered with pink ribbons, which were 'wn ns fnvors to the gtiesls •ITio pink and while color scheme was further carried out In thp refreshments served, birthday cnke, Ice crenm and punch . • • » Dorothy McMuvtry Weds Sergeant Shirley Dillon Mr. ami Mrs. Lee McMiniry to- tiny announced (lie marriage <r their daughter, Miss Dorpthy Me- Murtry,'to Sorgt. Shirley B. billon son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Dillon o: Cooksvlllc, Tcnn. The ceremony \vns performed Saturday afternoon, 3 o'clock, at Plrjl Methodist Church, with the Rev. 3 B. Wilford. pnstor of llje church olllclnting. Tlie bride wore o two-piece dre.« of white pique with a pcplum of Incc nnd white accessories. Her corsage was ot red rosebuds. Miss Golda Rlnss servc<l'n.s rhnlc of lionor. wearing n dress of blu< Eemburt; sheer, will) an nrrangc- inent of pastel shaded sweetpeas Ir. her hair. Stnlf Sergt. Jnmes White was Ser- geanl Dillon's best mnn.' Immcdlalely following the ceremony, Sergeant and Mrs. Dillon left for Memphis for a brief wcddinj trip before returning here to mnke their home nt 100 Dougaii Avenue. Mrs. Dillon is employed al Ihe local office of Ihe Mississippi County Cooperative, nnd Scrgennt Dillon has been stnttonld at Dlythevllle Army Air Field since July, 1942 Prior to entering tlic service he was employed by General Motors In Dayton, Ohio. At the HoipitaU Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Jurnes C. Forbus, Tyler, Tex. Johnny nay White, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Robert Slieheaii, city. Dismissed— Uavls Cobb, city. Byron Foust, Hayli, Mo. Wolter Dyer Jr., Manila. Russell French, cily. Hobert French, city. John Vlckery, Luxora. Mrs. Raymond Downing, Canith- :rsvllle, Mo, Tommy Crnlg, city. Leroy Moore, city. Blylhtvlllc Hospital Admitted- Jennie Lee Williams, /Manila. Mrs. Ted England, city. Bonnie Mae Hawkins, Hayli, Mo. Frank Merrell Jr., Hayli, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. John Mays and baby, cily. Mrs. O. W.'Simpson and baby, :Ity, ; : Thomas Statler, Freld Helm, Mo. Mrs. A. B. McKay and baby, city. Ellis Gimler, .city, Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Mrs. J. M. Edge worth, Kelscr. Cellar Sawyer, Cariitliersvllle, Mo. Daughter Is Born Mr. and Mrs. Edward Watson of Route 3 announce (lie birth ot « daughter last Monday. The baby Ibelr first child- lias been namc<! Patsy Jean. Mrs. Watson wos before her marriage, Miss Zoln Reames daughter of Mr. and Mrs P c' Hcnmes of Blythcvlllc IfflEUlf DoYouHateHOTFUSSHES? If you Buffer from hot flashes, fed weak, nerrous, & bit blwo at times —*ll due to the functional "middle- fcge" period peculiar to women—try LycJIa E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound to relieve euch symptoms.' Made especially for women— it helps\ nature! Follow labtl directions. initial Club Meets Roses and sweclpeas were at- ractlvely arranged In the living room of the Herman May home Friday afternoon when Mrs. May entertained members of the fultlal Club for a bunco parly, Mrs. I/ol.s Sliattley also was a guest. High score prize wa.s won by rs. Shatlley, bunco by Mrs. l.anc Nowell arid low • by • Mrs. Clfiml tewart> A sandwich plate wllh Iced drinks us served. Keeping Up With The Men In Service William Warren Edwards, husband )f Mrs. Pearl Elaine Edwards of Manila, was enrolled recently In an !nlcnslve course al the Electrical •fcivnl Training School located at :hc St. Louis Naval Armory, St, Louis, Mo. Successful completion of ;hc course will see Ihe Bluejacket jraduale with the petty officer rote >f electrician's mate 3-c or receive .•ecognillon ns eligible to qualify for M;at advancement. Pfc. J. B. -Husband, -son .of Dr. ind Mrs. F. L. Husband of Dlylhe- Jille, was mnong Ihe large class of leria! gunners graduated this week :'rom the AAF Training Command School at Harlingen, Texas. At a brief graduation exercises held there he received a pair of gunner's wings .is well ns a promotion in grade. Unless retained at Harlingen as an Instructor, he will join an aerial combal team. Ilc\varc of the Dog BOSTON (UHi—During n recent lir raid test a Charlestown woman culled officials and asked what mould da with a paper bomb that toll In her backyard. She was told to leave it there for wardens and boy sconls. Horrified, the woman replied: "They couldn't get in -.here. There's a big dog who'd bile '.hem." People watching the bears eat In Yellowstone National Park arc Inside the jien, and the bears out side. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. If. S. Green mid ion, Jimmy, and Mrs, W. H. Afee, all of Memphis, and H. E. McAlce of Harbor Cily, Calif., were tlie weekend gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Burks. IJcut. John Charles Bright lefl by-plane this morning far Syracuse, N. Y., where he is stationed, following an eight-day visit herj with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. :hurlcs Bright and his sister, MLss Francos Sue Bright. Mr. and Mrs, II. T. Blytlic, Mrs. Frank Hardwlch and Miss Ann llendilcks, all of Memphis, spent yesterday here with Mrs. John :>lylhi', Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer iml Mr. and Mrs, William Malm. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clodslct- ter of Padi'cah, Ky., spent yestcr- lay here us guests of Mr. ' and Mrs. Earl Eogers. Mrs. John Burnett and son, Javld, left IhLs morning for Lafayette, Iiid., for a 10-day visit with Mrs."Burnett's sister, Mrs. Qiientln File and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Cecil 'Slwne spent yesterday n Paragould as guests of Mrs. Shane's brother, G. W. Bush and family. They were accompanied icine last night by Miss Constance Bush, will visit here as guest ot her mini, Mrs. Shane. Lieut. S. J. Cohen of Ihe Navy §cabees has arrived here for a brief vlsil with Mrs. Cohen. Atler hav- ng been al Tarawa lor five nonlhs, he now is stulionod at Hawaii. Lieutenant Cohen iiiadu the trip by plane. Jack Lent! Is visiting in Sand Springs, Okla.. as the guest of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lcmm and family. He will be there iintll September. J. L. Guard returned Saturday from a business trip to Chlcugo Harold Riuid returned yesterday afternoon to Mew York, after two-week's visit here with his p.>.'- enls. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Rosen thai. E. L. Hale of Armorel left yes- lerday for Washington, D. C., where he will spend two weeks. Lleul. nnd Mrs. Jnjiics O. Guard of llockford, III., arrived Saturday for n visit with his parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. J. L. Guard. They are spending today and /jmorrow In Oklona, Miss., with Mrs. Guard's parents, returning here Wednesday for several days before going back to Illinois. Mrs. H. C. Walls and Infant son. Stephen, of .Houston, Texas, arrived Thursday 'for a visit of several weeks with her mother, Mrs. S. p. l,ce and' family. Miss Joyce Sommers and Miss Penrl Lee will Icaye lonlght for Rldgecrest. N. C., where they will attend Home Mission Week at the Baptist Assembly lor 10 days. Corp. Startling Bunch ' urf.ved Satunlya from Springfield. Mo., lo spend his 25-clay furlough nt Yarbro with his mother, Mrs. Kate Bunch. Corporal Bunch returned two weeks ago from the Southwest AfONDAV, AUGUST 7, Pnci/lo where he spent 21 monit> :lis brother, Pvt. James Clyde Bunch of Camj) Ellington, Texas, spent a few hours li/re ycslerday with his brother. L-. E. Baker, who Ls employee'." »t Vldalla. La., has returned there "f- tcr spending 10-days here with Mrs. Baker and their son, Larry. Mary Sue Berryman returned home yesterday morning after a six-week's vlsil with relatives In Now York, Chicago, Cleveland and •St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Austin and son, Fredrick, Mrs. Herbert Forshee, Mrs. P. H. Austin and children, Ruble and Mildred, all of Route 3, returned yesterday afternoon /roin Houston, Miss., where they have been Ihe guests of.. Mr, and Mrs. L, A. Finn, parents of Mrs. P. H. Austin. Leon Austin will leave Thursday for Iml net Ion Into the Army. li. A. Berrymaji, who tins spent Ihe past two weeks in SI. Louis on business, left this morning for Walnut Ridge, nfler having snent Ihe weekend here with his family. Thomas Austin of Houston, Miss., has arrived lo he the guest of Mr, and Mrs. P. H. Austin of Route 3 for llirce weeks. Mrs. Geraldine Stevens and Mrs. June Koontz of Poplar Bluff, Mo., spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Merrill and other friends. Mrs. II. L. Topper of Memphis was the weekend guest n[ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin. War's Uncertainty Heightens Appreciation Of Happy Days By RUTH MIU.ETT One thing thai the uncertainty of war-time living has done for families Is to make them value the liappy times and perfect days that occnsloitnlly come their way. A father writes his son: "Your letter saying you W ere S afc an( j well arrived the day before your inollier'.s birthday—making H a per- feel day for all of vis." A war wife visits her husband for a few days—and both are con- f.clous of the happiness that is momentarily Ihelrfi. Against the drab- iiess of separation just being together seems like wonderful luck I A homesick boy goes home on lui lough—and all the familiar details or family life add up to a per- Credit Group Will Meet Et, DORADO, Ark., Aug. 1 (UP) — A conference of the Arkansas Stale Credit Association will be held al El Dorado Scpl. 3 and 4. Chairman ot the conference committee will be R. Y. McKinney. RAF Rocketeer W ^mk^ WORRY, WORRY,WORRY s%HEADACHE! its oail enough to •worry, without auirctinc from headache. tco. Take Capudtnt? to relievo the pnin and «ootho nerves upset ty ticpalu. Cap- udlne Is iirjuld — no waiting I for it to ilUiolre, before or a/t«r takJns. Use only aa d(- CAPUDINE Man-sized is the name for rockets used by HAF Bcauflght- er plnncs in the Mediterranean theater. Two in photo above ire displayed by leading air-craftsman U. E. Atkins. SKIN-RASH TORTURE NOW RELIEVED FOR MILLIONS To can* the nagging ilcli of minor skin rashes—lieut rasii, tuiby's diaper raiih countless fatuilica sprinkle on Mexsana, the fiootliia^, rnuclJcatcd ijoivder. Like millions of tiny sponges it M)>3 lake lip moisture on skin, uirequent cause of hwil raali. Mcssanticontainsinercdientsoflcn recommended by many aiicctolista lor (ho relief of (hcso miseries. Vet this comforting absorbent powder coats liule, and there's even greater savings in (lie larger sizes. Sold everywhere. Uuyal>iK economy p.ickngo today am] keep it handy. Bo reniiy to get quick relic! Irorn llicae discomforts by using Meisaita. Match His NEATNESS! With Trim, Clean Clothes That band-box look is the result of frequeiitp cleaning, Men in the! Service MUST look tnm'-'C . . . regulations you know! That's why we nre sprucing up too. We won't be put to shame when NuWa-offers the best in cleaning service at economy' prices. Conserve . . . ckan clothes ' last longer! At your favorite beverage dealers JfANKU OOODU HOOT CO. «m nv»., 101. *iuti«i » >o... ,1,1 Hold Everything ."Yes, we have a vacancy—right this wayl" ,, MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP m «. rtnt Phone 2532 ' Bring Us Your Beauty Prcblemi feet week, one he will probably remember for years — even to how good the blsculls lasted, and how glad his dog was to see him. A large family scattered by the wnr have the good fortune of being united lor a clay or two, and just the idea of their all being under one roof again makes them gratefully happy. UNKORGRTTABI.E DAYS Iii ordinary times such days and incidents would pass unnoticed. But now tliey are highlighted by Ihe uncertainly of the future, highlighted to siieli an extent thai they will never be forgotten. And because of that, ordinary unman beings are given a chance lo see life with a Jillle of the philosopher's appreciation, with a bll Of the artist's awareness. Our sorrows and worries are sharpened, too, of course—but so is our enjoyment and appreciation, which helps a little to balance the scales. ROXY Miltnm Sat. & gun. Only Opens tach night 6:45; sfarin 1 Opera Sunday 1:00; KUrtt 1:11 Ctnttonoiit Shows Hit. in* Bun, B»ri»ln Night Ever; Nl(bt Hitnrdaj. N* yiMoi honored on Ihe Last Time Today Trocadero with Kosemary Lane and Johnny Downs Fox News and Short Subject Tuesday & Wednesday filfiYflllNR »""«•» UIU I UUI\U OOIOBESMOB OlflECIfCS'T VINCENT SflcRMW Mn Fb/ bj lohn Von Drufcn end \tno'« STAGE P1AY H JOriH V ded tr t>w(jfi< Ostra W Modern Equipment Evperl Beauticians Meetings A stated meeting of the Order of Ihe Eastern Star will be held tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, nl the- hall. Ill/ Continnoa* Shown Every Day Boi Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 USTEN TO KUJN l.'tt «,M. 12:45 p.m. 4:1* p.«. Last Time Today Phantom Lady »lt)i Ella Raines am) Franchol Tone Paramount Ne«-s and Short Tuesday & Wednesday -"""-"^^^^•••WJ^^^Bi™^^^ There Is Ns Third Term Issue, Mr. THIRD TERMER! Marcus Fiefz's opponent, who is now serving a third straight term in a public office himself (and says he could have had a fourth term and probably been elected Speaker of the House as well) simply wants another job when by his own admission he could have been of greater service by staying on his job. EXPERIENCE-PROVED ABILITY STILL COUNT! Blytheville believes Marcus Fieri and Graham Sudbury, his deputy here (whose ability Marcus Fietz's opponent has publicly admitted in his speeches) have handled the duties of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office capably and efficiently and that they will continue to do so. Wild charges, bom of desperation, will only serve to increase Marcus Fietz's Victory tomorrow. FIETZ'S ENDORSEMENT IS COUNTY WIDE Blyfheville, Manila, Leachville, Dell, Osceola, Luxora, Keiser, Wilson, Basserf, Dyess—in fact all Mississippi County approved Marcus Fietz's Administration by endorsing'him with over ONE THOUSAND MORE VOTES than his nearest opponent in the Preferential Primary. Let's Re-Elect MARCUS FIETZ Prosecuting Attorney Contributed by Blylhevllle Frlentls «I Marcus Fieli.

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